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Active and Reserve Unit Costs: DOD Report to Congress Generally Addressed the Statutory Requirements
John H. Pendleton (au)
The Dept. of Defense (DOD) has had to rely heavily upon its reserve components -- the Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, Marine Corps Reserve, and Navy Reserve -- to meet operational requirements. The extended use of, and high demand for, reserve-component forces for operations over the past 11 years has meant that their role evolved from serving primarily as a strategic reserve, used to supplement active-duty forces, to being used operationally in ongoing rotational deployments. Facing a reduction in demand from the drawdown of operations in Afghanistan and Iraq and anticipated budget constraints, DOD has proposed reducing the military end strength of both the active and reserve components. However, such reductions must be balanced with preparation for future challenges and protection of the broad range of U.S. national security interests. This report describes the costs of units of the reserve and active components of the armed forces and required DOD to include certain statutory elements. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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